MUSICIANS came together for an evening to raise money for Hereford's breast cancer charity Haven.
Headlining the evening was talented Welsh singer, songwriter Angharad and her band, who performed a selection of original songs and covers which had the audience calling for more. Other acts included Stainless Steve, 16-year-old guitarist James Perry, all-woman band Tarion and 17-year-old singer-songwriter Rhiannon Griffiths.
Event organiser, Amanda Lloyd , who sings and plays conga drums with Tarion, said "We are delighted that so many people turned out to watch us play and support such a worthwhile cause, we raised a total of £290 for The Haven, which provides wonderful support for those diagnosed and receiving treatment for breast cancer.
"A big thank you to the Kings Arms for supplying such a great venue, to all the performers and those who donated raffle prizes for the event and of course the audience for coming along to make the evening such a great success."